1) They Love Each Other [5:10]
2) Greatest Story Ever Told [5:45]
3) China Cat Sunflower -> [7:24]
4) I Know You Rider [7:28]
1) Dark Star! -> [41:14]
2) Eyes of the World -> [13:21]
3) Stella Blue [8:46]
Notes: Reel Splice in Eyes - on Master Reel.
Date: Wed, 5 Apr 2000 16:41:19 -0400 (EDT)
From: Rod Nayfield
Subject: Re: [siteops] can anyone confirm GD 731206
I have been getting a lot of mail on this one recently.
So a couple of FAQs (or frequently given answers, FGAs)
* Yes, the date is correct
* I have been told that this was played at the "public hall" across the
street from the convention center. Either way, it WAS in cleveland.
* The fragments of the show (as below) are what circulates with this
lineage. There may be other versions circulating. I do not have them.
* The entry in the taper's compendium Vol I. refers to a previously
circulating version and only has the list of what was on that tape.
* The entry in deadlists.com is complete but you have to read through the
entire entry to see that china>rider was played.
* Early deadbases (DB 6? 8?) are not complete. However DB X and XI do
list the entire setlist.
* The cut in stella blue is on the master reel.
On Wed, 5 Apr 2000, Burma wrote:
> this is the text file but im not sure where the Stella Blue comes from ,
> does anyone know if there is a version floating around with the missing
> songs from set 1 and set 2
> The Grateful Dead
> 12/06/73 - Cleveland OH
> Disc 1
> 1) They Love Each Other [5:10]
> 2) Greatest Story Ever Told [5:45]
> 3) China Cat Sunflower -> [7:24]
> 4) I Know You Rider [7:28]
> Disc 2
> 1) Dark Star! -> [41:14]
> 2) Eyes of the World -> [13:21]
> 3) Stella Blue [8:46]
March 11, 2009 Subject:
why china rider seperate?
for the love of all that is good and holy why are there splices between seamless jams in china rider and dark star etc.....WTF????
May 21, 2008 Subject:
This is the finest China>Rider
This show holds the absolute best transitional jam between China and Rider. Hands down. I remeber Gans swearing up and down about it on the Hour, back in the day. Can't believe it doesn't get the recognition it deserves. I've never even listened to the rest of the show because of it. Dark Star>Eyes probably rocks, but that little jam is stellar.